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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH SECTION OF D D □ LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, JANUARY 11, 1917. THE FIRE WARDEN—By Robert W. Chambers

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

i@s A Story for the Children The sun had been wide awake long before Tom Perkins vas up, and he was very angry with Hannah when she said: "Get out of here, Tom Perkins, I mus' give your room a good sweepin'. : " Mercy alive !" sleepily demanded the boy, won't you let a fellow rest awhile in his own room, when its his vacation ? " "Vacation, or no vacation, the Missis 'spects me to clean this here second floor, and I got to do it, quick too." Realizing that getting out was his only .hope to secure peace, Tom sprang out pulling sheets with him. On the pretty grass-covered lawn beneath, he caught a glimpse of two retreating figures as they tripped toward a rustic summer-house. Now, he thought, Dolly and Alice are going to play dolls. He hastily got into his clothes, and ran down the steps, thinking as he did so, "If they are playing dolls, I won't join them; I'd be a 'Sissy' to play dolls; sure I'm not a 'Sissy.' " When he came to the door he dis- covered that his sister Dolly, and her...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

w„ ciia] Atmftlk©? ®(F aaTnh® Nt> c what I buy is my own," continued Burleson, patiently. "No man here will question that, I suppose ? " For a moment there was silence in the cross-roads store; then a lank, mud splashed native arose from behind the stove, shoving his scarred hands deep into the ragged pockets of his trousers. "Young man," he said, harshly," there's a few things you can't buy; you may think you can buy 'em—you may pay for 'em, too—but they can't be bought an' sold. You thought you bought Grier's tract; you thought 3*011 bought a lot o' deer an' birds an' fish, several thous- and acres in timber, and a dozen lakes. An' you paid for 'em, too. - But, sonny, you was took in; you paid for 'em, but you didn't buy 'em, because Grier couldn't sell God's free critters. He fooled ye that time." "Is that the way you regard it, San try?" asked Burleson. " Is that the way these people regard private prop- erty ? " " I guess it is," replied the ragged man, resuming his seat on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION Young Burleson had retained Grier's keepers, for obvious reasons; and already he knew them all by name. But this man was no keeper of his; and he walked straight up* to him, bidding him a rather sharp good-morning, which was sullenly returned. Then Burleson told him as pleasantly as he could v that the land was preserved, that he could not tolerate armed trespassing, and that the keepers were charged to enforce the laws. " It is better," he said, " to have a clear under- standing at once. I think the law governing private property is clearly set forth on the signs along my boundary. This preserve is posted and patrolled; I have done all I could to guarantee public rights; 1 have not made any application to have the public road closed, and I am perfectly willing to keep it open for public convenience. But it is not right for any- body to carry a gun in these preserves; and if it con- tinues I shall surely apply for permission to close the road." - "I gu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

By Randall Parrish Author of "Keith of the Border," "When Wilderness was King," Etc. SYNOPSIS. In the smoking room of the Cedric, Hadley, an amateur aviator, tells of the mysterious disappearance of the Dessaud monoplane advertised to appear at the Chicago Aviation Meet. It seems that Phillip Dessaud, a French army officer had discovered a silent engine which the German secret agents were after. He registered at the Congress Hotel, was assigned to Room 1-54 and that was the last heard of him. After T~ with the French Consul tc that you, Phillip ? " He . Houser. As the lady appeared to be m distress and hungry, Dessaud insisted that they go to a restaurant. There she confessed to him that she was Helen Probyn, a reporter, and had been assigned to in- terview him; her managing editor, a German named Schmitt, having outlined the plan she had followed; that after an interview of Schmitt with one Johann Brandt she had seen a draft on a Berlin bank to Schmitt for $1,000; and that from the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION which side it must be, and persevered in the search, I should have failed in uncovering it. Once found, however, and pried with my knife blade the dcor slid aside easily enough, but revealed nothing except darkness be- yond. There was no light, no noise, and, encouraged by this, I managed to swing my loop close enough so as to reach in through the opening, and gain grip on the edge of a shelf. This enabled me to drag my body slowly forward, although the narrowness of the opening caused discomfort, until I kicked the loop free, and let myself down gently on tlje floor. It was un- carpeted, and in the darkness, I felt the outlines of a gas range, and knew I was in a kitchen. Fearful of making some noise I moved with caution, dis- covering, a window, with blinds tightly closed, and a large table, with some odds and ends upon it, including two empty cans, and finally came to a door, latcheld but unlocked. This I opened noiselessly, an inch at a time, and p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

BY B. FLETCHER ROBINSON Co-author with A. Conan Doyle of "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Etc. The Mystery of the Causeway SYNOPSIS—Phillips an artist, while visiting at the home of a brother artist some three miles from Airlie Hall heard of the murder of Sir Andrew Cheyne, owner of the Airlie Hall estate He took his host's bicycle and went to the scene of the tragedy. At the gate he was stopped by a policeman, but, on mentioning that he was a friend of Inspector Peace of the Criminal Investigation Department, was imme- diately admitted. He found his friend, the inspector talking to the butler about the murder. A11 the butler knew, however, was that some time between 9 and 10 o'clock the murder had been committed for at 10 o'clock he had met Jake Warner, the keeper, running and was told excitedly that Sir Andrew had been shot. The Inspector and Phillips then went by the lake to the causeway and were told by a policeman there that he had heard a shot, had run to the scene, had caught...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

8 TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION hung with splendid portraits—Gains- borough, Lely and Romney—it was a veritable exhibition of those great masters. A^t last the door opened and the little man appeared, glancing from one to the other of us with his 6hrewd, observiant eyes. " Will you follow me, if you please?" he said. We tramped up the great staircase, a wide sweep of polished oak, where a dozen men could have walked abreast, and so down a high-roofed passage into a majestic bedroom. In the center stood a venerable four-post bedstead. The columns that supported the canopy were finely carved, and over the head was a faded coat of arms pictured in the needlework of two hundred years ago. The lattice windows were open. From without came the faint piping of the nestling birds. Upon the bed lay something covered with white sheeting. Peace walked up to it and paused, staring hard at the keeper, who stood beside me. Then with a gentle hand he lifted the sheet. On the pillow lay the head of...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION He sprang from his horse and tore away a bed of green moss through which filaments of blue smoke stole, and deep in the forest mould, spread- ing like veins in an autumn leaf, fire ran underground, its almost invisible vapor curling up through lichens and the brown carpet of pine-needles. At first, for it was so feeble a fire, scarcely alive, he strove to stamp it out, then to smother it with damp mould. But as he followed its worm- like course, always ahead he saw the thing, blue signals rising through living moss—everywhere the atten- uated spirals creeping from the ground underfoot. "I could summon every man in this town if necessary," she said; "I am empowered by law to do so; but -—I shall not—yet. Where could we find a keeper—the nearest patrol?" "Please follow me," he said, mount- ing his horse and wheeling eastward. In a few moments they came to a foot-trail, and turned into it at a canter, skirting the Spirit Water, which stretched away betwee...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

10 TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION The Air Pilot (Continued a mass of hair. It was a witching face, piquant, ever changing in expression, yet reflecting strength of purpose, and purity of thought. "Then why are you here?" she asked, as if repeating the question. "You have not answered me. The outrage of holding me a prisoner is surely enough, without the indignity of this insult." "Oh, come now, don't be afraid." "Afraid !" scornfully, -"I am not afraid—not of you. I might be of your master, but I've met enough of your kind to recognize the breed." u You think so!" his voice proving she had angered him, inflamed his passion. "Well, you better be more pleasant about it, or you may discover your mistake. Mind that, Miss, for there is no one in this house to help you if I took a whim to be ugly. Do you know who I am ?" "The jailor probably; one of Brandt's hired men. Yes, 1 know you—you were at the cafe, and took part in from Page 6) that fake fight. But I do not in the least care who y...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

X]HiiiiiltiiiC]HmiHiuiC]inHMiiiiit]iinHiiiiiiC]iimiiiiiiic:iiiiuiniiic]inHniiiiic:iiHinuint2iHiiuiniic:iiiiiniiiiiC)u:HiiiuitC]niuiiiiiiir]iiiiniiiiiic^]iiHiMiiiiiaiiiiniiMiit]Hiiimiint]iiiiiiniiii^iiiiiiiiiiiiC]iiiiNMiiii:]uiiiiiii!ii[3:iiiiiiiiiuc]iiiiuMiiiic]iniuiiiiHnniHiiiiiii[]iiiiiuiiiiiniuuiMiiucX r ;l .. ij-rfl SI m'din Shoe' AU Through The LUNDIN —a fine stylish shoe for men that sells itself on sight But fine appearance is only one point of superiority about the Lundin Shoe. It wears and feels just as good as it looks. That's why men who wear them keep on buying them in preference to more expensive makes. Another reason is because we specialize on men's shoes only. Specialization in anything means perfec- tion, so we're not afraid to claim that Lundin Shoes are the best men's shoes on the market at their price. We are scarcely two years old, yet dealers all over the country are writing in and telling how perfect they find the Lundin Shoe in wearing quality, style and gene...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

\ \ • 'i , ,_i KA' •** ' Wear as Shoes Should Wear Heel, arch and toe give perfect freedom to the little tender growing feet, insuring that they will grow straight and be free from future-foot trouble. Built to stand the scuffing of healthy children's hard play, because they are solid leather through and through, and reinforced at points of greatest friction. Stylish, too—appealing to both parent and child. These are only some of the many reasons why a pair of Hamilton, Brown shoes is sold every second, why the Hamilton, Brown Shoe Company is one of the largest shoe manufacturers in the world. Go to your shoe dealer today—ask him to show you the new styles and why Hamilton, Brown shoes are best for your children's feet. Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co. Saint Louis Makers U. 5. ,4.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 January 1917

3 Herald Vol 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JAN 1,1 > 1917 Vol. 6, No. 9 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County- the roads the great benefits that a county needs and precinct 1 is located in the heart of the best there is in it. Don't overlook the proposition : in your "think factory" but get busy and delve to the depths of the better way for rural travel. Farmers to East, West aiid Sand Creek Need Them. Pickens Inducted Into Office. Last Tuesday, Attorney E. J. __ r, T_i Pickens took the oath and made MONEY WELL SPENT I proper bond to entitle him to [ assume the duties of District Attorney to which office he was $35,000 Will Make the Ad- elected in the recent election. town is live one matrimonial mixup tjaat is not y, and t like of heard of every day, and the other lakemp whispers Mechanics All Busy—No Idleness on Tap. I is a fish story, the like of which is ! also not heard of daily. ! "The Conklin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 January 1917

m ^ m m LIPSCOMB LIME UGH1 SUBSCRIPTION. THE YEAR, $1.00 C. A. SKAOGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning of Kacn Week Filtered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the post office at Lips- «mh, Texas, under the ace of March S 1S79. In order to guarantee the pxiblicatior Of foreign advertisements it will ho neces- sary to send either draft, checV. or mono' order with copy. Advertising rates 12%c per inch, singk column measure; front page, 50c. Local; V per line. Potter County will ask the Commissioneis to call an election to vote on bonds for road im- i: rjvement. A $150,000 amount will be mentioned at their next meeting. • Precinct 1 has an enthusiastic aggregation in good road con- struction within her domain and it is anticipated that the people in the near future will call an election for a $35,000 bond issue for the purpose of giving the farmers and ranchers on three, different roads the benefit of good roads as well as those that are nownearing completion. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 January 1917

'•ssPw W&- mMWEEWt i&Ki nWH|HM.******4H simtti-i *ii nn Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Lime $'• F. E. Stevens was In Monday on business. N. H. Baldwin was in Ssand Creek last Saturda y ing for a short time. It. H. Hill, of near Glazie in town Monday attending business matters here. About $35,000 for the further bettering good roads in precent 1 is a proper caper. Mr. and Mrs. Landers town County Judge at the same time, but any old how he "delivers the from goods" and finds a lettle time to even- 1 devote in the interest of the Inter- j Scholastic Meet which will be billed to come across the counter in a few more weeks. W. P. Hill was" in from Sand Creek yesterday making the town and while "pesticating" around in the business district called, in to see how the Lime were Lieht force was coming along. was to over last Saturday and Sunday Mr. Hill is among the progres- visiting with friends and relatives i sive class of farmers who likes in this town. to see...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 January 1917

■H* «l">«i"l- -*■ 04"!* vv '> •!*•'* •i> I"J' s"5 v *r r £"*•*&<*l"fr •;• s4HHi«S* j£- **• •% -J* *4 >" ^ £<■ *J #*• •$• r*a *J* J* «$• *J* J* il 4/ *1* ■ vft* v* v •£** * *■ •i* *s* *5^^* *x* r2* •! • *5* *f* •*>• *5* •£• •** *£* *£• '%* *£■' Educational Column EDITED BY f &•' 4- ft T 'j- i # ft; -• Supt. W. H. Sewell and the Uni- *| * versify Department'of * t - ... .. . *« Extension. *f •j r* Costly Equipment in ' County Schools. /;*£ I In one schoolroom in Texas last | yea.", nine cases of itch and three cases of trachoma, or granulated sore eyes, should have been figur- ed as part of the cost of mainten- ance for an insanitary washbasin and a common towel used by all the pupils. In hundreds of schools in Texas .' this• year, the glaring lighl from windows direet- lv in fror.i; of pupils is being paid for in spectacles, eye*st.*ains, headaches, and mental dullness. In many other schools' the old •box stove that scorches the pupil next to- ft ' and fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 January 1917

■npg- Herald Vol 4. Ho 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JAN. 18,1917. ▼ol. 6, Mo. 10 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. m MORE OF J THE SAME Precinct lt Need9 uBettcr Roads Everywhere." GOOD INVESTMENT East and ^ West and Sand Creek Vicinities Need Good Roads. / — Time has went dipping by and have been made the Upscoipb-Glazipr south nearly to M .•BrH! are good ones there is other just as ij* Perk road, tr-Bi ■ .fi gm I it are in need These roads and buy her furbelows. They educate her year* by year, with knowledge store her mind, although the ^earning graft is dear, and money hard to find. They hope that when they're old and gray, the damsel will ha near, to shoot their dotard griefs away, and dry the misfit tear. "She'll surely be our rod and staff," they say, . "when we old weights are ready for the epitaph, and other last sad rites.'1 But when the maid is 17 there comes along a guy, whose car bums up mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 January 1917

m - ■M m •?. ir 13 ii- X" \1 i : f ' 1o the People of Texas and their Legislators Elect: • I This I« a paid advertisement intended to give reasons why the present law ef Texas relating to the facer) ■ ration of oil companies should be amended so as to allow Texas corporations like those of other states to pursue ef the several branches of this single business. The Texas Company is engaged in purchasing, refining and marketing petroleum, and as a part of its be aess owns and operates a system of pipe lines. It is incorporated under the laws of Texas and is handicapped . riously by the inadequacy of its eharter powers. It has no direct power te prospect for and produce crude « And as the law now stands it can obtain this power only by reorganising and taking out a charter in some ctt state, thus becoming a corporation of that state and ceasing to W a corporation of Texas. Heretofore the stockholders, by a separate producing organisation, hare borne the burden of obtaining t necessary ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 January 1917

m $:■ m Ik Wj, Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice get a suitable building and a brand new one and a bloomin' good one, too. Is there a "live wire" that is reliable that has the ability who wants the oppor- tunity? On Friday 126, the new spring one of evening, January city Garage will the best and most gtfuoe dr<^ps below par. W. P. Hill wa^ in from Sand N. N. Flathers was in from west This week the Lime Light force j unique gran(i balls given up in of town today trading. clear down to the "devil'' got this end of the Panhandle the When ignorance wins intelli- soused with a most liberal touch j past year. Everything in nifty of the "grip", and the "old man" j shape on a 50x100 floor with the himself has been off the job a .celebrated Jud Mitchell orchestra Creek today Shaking hands with couple of days nursing z ot Canadian-furnishing the music friends ' ; way to get his breath and keep j The admission to dancers $1.00 j down a headache that seemed to and worth it. It has been m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 January 1917

c -SUBSCfilPTION, f THE YEAR, $r.oo - C. A SKAGGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning Week sf fc*c Entered as second-class matter. No- vember 20, 1812, at the postofflce at Lip?- f-oinb, Texas, under the Act of March 3. In order to {guarantee the publication of f-reign advertisements it will he neces- sarv to send either draft, check or money ordiel- with copy. " i i stays at one place long enough to | LOST—A small hand bag be- tween Lipscomb and northern part of the county containing toomb stone contracts and some get himself thoroughly identified with the church, the school, and the civic interests of the neighbor- hood. The homeless man can never be at his best as a citizen. other 'papers. Finder please leave same at this office. n Advertising rates 12ftc per im'h- single c-olynsn measure; front page, 50c. Locals per line. WANTED—Farmers to take no- . , , tice that I am now prepared He may be a good school patron,, sharpen your discs with a ccle- but jfhe exhilarating stimu...

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